India has more of tanks, guns, aircraft and ships than Pakistan. But more assets don’t always translate into victory. Pakistan, at the strategic level, scores heavily over India in terms of war control, command and coordination
Given the acrimonious relations between India and Pakistan, and the regular accusations and counter-accusations by both sides, foreign analysts . . . → Read More: A military without a spirit
US Defence Secretary Ashton carter, currently in India, will renew the ten-year-old defence framework between the two countries and probably enhance co-operation in maritime security, intelligence-sharing and joint development and production of military equipment. He will, no doubt, again pressure India to sign a Defence Trade and Technology Initiative (DTTI) in order to increase co-operability . . . → Read More: India’s new defence work with the USA
Gunmen shot dead a businessman on offering resistance during armed robbery attempt in South Cantonment police precincts, police sources said on Thursday.
Mursaleen riding on a motorcycle (LEL-9450) was on his way home when two motorcyclists stopped him at gunpoint near Nishat Colony. The bandits held him up and demanded cash and valuables.
. . . → Read More: Businessman shot dead in Lahore
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rightwing Hindu nationalist government has ordered India’s armed forces to organise a ‘carnival’ to mark 50 years of a war with Pakistan in 1965, The Telegraph reported on Tuesday.
The Kolkata-based paper said the three-week long event is set to reignite a debate on whether India lost on the negotiating table . . . → Read More: Modi hate Pakistan obsession
When is genocide not really genocide? When the victims are small, impoverished brown people no wants or cares about – Burma’s Rohingya.
Their plight has finally commanded some media attention because of the suffering of Rohingya boat people, 7,000 of whom continue to drift in the waters of the Andaman Sea without food, water or . . . → Read More: No ears to hear the plight of the Rohingya
In a hostile world, Pakistani minorities face many threats; each new atrocity brings with it reams of analysis and no shortage of finger-pointing toward the perceived culprits. But general public opinion might be just as much to blame as terrorism.
Earlier this year, on the same day that small pockets of Pakistani society came together . . . → Read More: Targeting the minorities
From the press release issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry in Beijing on Tuesday, there is no evidence that the situation in Afghanistan figured in the meeting between the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and State Councilor Yang Jiechi on the sidelines of the recent BRICS meeting in Moscow. Regional security as such, surprisingly, didn’t . . . → Read More: How India has failed to handle AFPAK
Narendra Modi and the rise of his party have many similarities with Adolf Hitler and rise of Nazis in Germany. Modi’s victory bodes ill for this nation.
In a state where Mahatma Gandhi was born, we have a leader now who confesses his targeting of Muslims, and yet, people vote him back into power. Hitler . . . → Read More: Adolf Hitler reincarnated as Modi
Beasts, too, have rights!
Who says there is no rule of law in Pakistan? Look at the way state authorities and state laws have jumped into action in the matter of Axact, a company reportedly involved in a multi-million-dollar mega scam of astonishing and, for some, mouth-watering proportions.
The swift action by law enforcement agencies . . . → Read More: Soon we will forget Axact, like everything else
The Levant Report, the highly respected American NGO-watchdog on the transparency and accountability in government and politics in the United States, has done a great service to the intelligentsia in the South Asian region by obtaining through a federal lawsuit a selection of classified documents from the US Department of Defence and State Department relating . . . → Read More: Is United States using IS?